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60-7A-11. Offenses by retailers.

It is a violation of the Liquor Control Act [60-3A-1 NMSA 1978] for any retailer to:   

A.     allow or permit any alcoholic beverages to be consumed on his licensed premises;   

B.     maintain or keep in close proximity to the licensed premises any place for the consumption of alcoholic beverages purchased from him;   

C.     sell any alcoholic beverages at any place other than his licensed premises;   

D.     sell, possess for the purpose of sale or to have, possess or keep on his licensed premises alcoholic beverages not contained in the unopened, original package;   

E.     buy or receive any alcoholic beverages from any person other than a duly licensed New Mexico wholesaler, or wine wholesaler for the purpose of or with the intent of reselling the alcoholic beverages; or   

F.     directly, indirectly or through any subterfuge own, operate or control any interest in any wholesale liquor establishment or liquor manufacturing or wine bottling firm; provided, that this subsection shall not prevent a retailer from owning stock in any corporation which wholesales, manufactures or bottles alcoholic beverages when he owns the stock for investment purposes only.   

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-mexico > Chapter-60 > Article-7a > Section-60-7a-11

60-7A-11. Offenses by retailers.

It is a violation of the Liquor Control Act [60-3A-1 NMSA 1978] for any retailer to:   

A.     allow or permit any alcoholic beverages to be consumed on his licensed premises;   

B.     maintain or keep in close proximity to the licensed premises any place for the consumption of alcoholic beverages purchased from him;   

C.     sell any alcoholic beverages at any place other than his licensed premises;   

D.     sell, possess for the purpose of sale or to have, possess or keep on his licensed premises alcoholic beverages not contained in the unopened, original package;   

E.     buy or receive any alcoholic beverages from any person other than a duly licensed New Mexico wholesaler, or wine wholesaler for the purpose of or with the intent of reselling the alcoholic beverages; or   

F.     directly, indirectly or through any subterfuge own, operate or control any interest in any wholesale liquor establishment or liquor manufacturing or wine bottling firm; provided, that this subsection shall not prevent a retailer from owning stock in any corporation which wholesales, manufactures or bottles alcoholic beverages when he owns the stock for investment purposes only.   


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-mexico > Chapter-60 > Article-7a > Section-60-7a-11

60-7A-11. Offenses by retailers.

It is a violation of the Liquor Control Act [60-3A-1 NMSA 1978] for any retailer to:   

A.     allow or permit any alcoholic beverages to be consumed on his licensed premises;   

B.     maintain or keep in close proximity to the licensed premises any place for the consumption of alcoholic beverages purchased from him;   

C.     sell any alcoholic beverages at any place other than his licensed premises;   

D.     sell, possess for the purpose of sale or to have, possess or keep on his licensed premises alcoholic beverages not contained in the unopened, original package;   

E.     buy or receive any alcoholic beverages from any person other than a duly licensed New Mexico wholesaler, or wine wholesaler for the purpose of or with the intent of reselling the alcoholic beverages; or   

F.     directly, indirectly or through any subterfuge own, operate or control any interest in any wholesale liquor establishment or liquor manufacturing or wine bottling firm; provided, that this subsection shall not prevent a retailer from owning stock in any corporation which wholesales, manufactures or bottles alcoholic beverages when he owns the stock for investment purposes only.   

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